Katrine Ring

(born in Denmark), DJ since 1992. She is one of the few DJ 's worldwide playing classical music. She performs for squatters and royalty, and tours with Danish and Swedish groups. Katrine Ring plays classical music as a part of Yellow Lounge DK, released a classic mix CD in 2008 and performed with a classical orchestra. Resident DJ at Yellow Lounge@Avenue Hotel in Copenhagen since 2006. Performs mini concerts with laptop, midikeyboard, cp-players and in improvisations with classical musicians. Released the classical CD A Hand For Holmboe with deconstructions of the chamber concerts by the Danish composer Vagn Holmboe Out on Dacapo in 2012. She creates improvisations on the spot at events. Member of the dj collective Vibezone with focus on clubbing, events, compilations and music production. Collaboration with DJ Tony M a.o. on compilations with Danish and Scandinavian jazz, soul, boogie, jazzfunk and latinrock.
Selected works: soundscape: K-Ring-Paraplypigen-Umbrella Girl; Morfars Sang bassuite; Freuds Fredag - Friday with Freud

Lena Rieback

(resident Bollnäs, Sweden) is a Swedish choir conductor and composer. She studied at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. Rieback is the director of the choir Cantilerna, a choir for children from 11-to 19 years old.
Selected works: Odenplan nästa, for Coro SA.
Publications direction: Gehrmans Musikförlag

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Ljiljana Rančić

Alias Madam Piano, (Belgrade, 18th September, 1972), composer, songwriter, singer, and teacher studied violin at the Music Academy in Sarajevo but has also taught jazz singing in the Stanković High School of Music in Belgrade. She began her career in 1991 as a soloist in the Belgrade Big Band – Jazz Orchestra of the Radio Television Belgrade, and successively worked with actress Ana Sofrenović. As a composer of music and lyrics for pop, jazz and ethno music, she recorded her first album, Landscapes, in 1997. Although this album did not achieve financial success, it was praised by music critics and the general public who appreciated the high quality performances. Her next album, Wonderland, presented ethno-music from different territories combined with a commercial sound. Especially popular was her song, Eternal love, performed in duet with Italian cantauthor Franko Mazi. She received her first professional prize for the album, Zlatni melos. During her career she has worked with many famous musicians from Serbia and abroad including Bora Dugić, Bojan Zulfikarpašić, Julien Loro, Vasil Hadžimanov and Slobodan Trkulja. In her list of works: Moonlight (1994), Landscape, for piano and orchestra (1994), Tara (1995), Sailing ship (1997), My Jasmine (1998), Do you know (2001), If you were not (2001), Spirts of the Earth, soundtrack for film of same name (2001), Junga (2001), Your Kingdom of Heaven (2001).